The Seattle Weather blog, which has a long history of forecasting weather and current events, is going to have to change its website design.
The blog will be looking at how to better use data to improve their forecasts.
The change will be rolling out starting Thursday, July 19.
A user will have to register with the site before the change is made.
In a blog post, the site said they are “not the first to look at how weather can be improved using data and how to make use of it in the future.
In the coming weeks, we will be exploring how data can be used to improve our forecast models and the ways that we can use the latest weather data to get better forecasts.
We will be sharing our experiences with other weather companies and how we use data in the process.”
The blog has been criticized for the quality of their forecasts and the accuracy of their predictions, with many people claiming that their forecasts are unreliable.
In January, a group of local businesses sued the site, claiming the forecast data was unreliable and that the blog did not have the necessary information to forecast.
The company has since filed a lawsuit against the Seattle Weather Blog and the local governments of Bellevue and SeaTac, arguing that the company’s forecast models are unreliable and are in violation of state and federal regulations.
The Seattle Times said that the Seattle Times had a “fairly long history” of reporting on the accuracy and reliability of weather data and the Seattle weather blog has had a long track record of accuracy.
The weather forecast site is not the only weather blog to get the redesign.
Weather Channel has been updating their forecasts since the start of this year.
The channel was criticized by meteorologists and other weather enthusiasts for not providing accurate forecasts to their viewers.